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Bertuzzi also taking the GOP race to the south with Tennessee and Georgia holding their primaries.
Georgia the state speaker Gingrich represent and didn't congress for twenty years has 76 delegates.
And instant peach state that speaker Gingrich is bank -- to keep his campaign alive.
Speaker Gingrich pouring more money into his home state than anywhere else so will his southern strategy work.
Griff Jenkins hit the ground in Georgia and Tennessee.
That was here Carrollton Georgia and early 1970s.
-- -- Gingrich took his first job.
It's a history professor at west Georgia college even at a class entitled.
The year 2000.
It was also here that he begins political career running for congress for the first time in 1974.
He ran again in 1976.
Year Jimmy Carter was elected president.
He again lost.
What in 1978.
He finally won beginning a political career would take him to Washington.
You'd see this speaker -- the House of Representatives.
And now -- presidential run it takes them to Georgia primary.
Does your -- have a home field advantage here in Georgia.
You say this -- -- and Dan really appreciates Georgia.
An army brat and -- a lot when he was growing up he finally this brings down here in Columbus, Georgia when he graduates make her high school.
At a -- and he served here and has lived here longer than anywhere else in his life says he's a very long history with Georgia.
Loves George really still at hand here is it worked very hard to do well here -- the priciest thing.
Dispute -- have a home field advantage here and in your opinion you but he does and he should Hitler got.
-- neutral factor on this important anybody but instead of Georgia and it's a very popular got to police -- really connect to Georgia voters and appeal to.
The candidates need to come to Georgia.
We are a red state we're probably do read -- -- in this nation and we get -- know what every time.
And the candidates.
Are the candidate that pays attention to Georgia is going to be the candidate that Georgia will elect counselor at the -- The Republican Party and all these candidates with the Republican Party are focusing on those economic issues.
And I think that's what brings the women toward the Republican Party and I think -- we will Begin to -- That there are more -- coming toward the Republican Party because of economic issues and they still.
That the Obama administration is at solving those economic issues at that time at this time particularly dealing with Obama care.
The volunteer state of Tennessee has 58 delegates up for grabs the third most on Super Tuesday.
They like Georgia are awarded on a proportional basis Chris how the candidates come to Tennessee and appeal to voters here.
What they need to do.
We have a broad base of Republicans here from now Republicans who have.
They're great grandfathers fought for the civil war.
For the union in the civil war to the more conservative Democrats have moved over the Republican Party and I really think they're just looking for somebody that's gonna stand up for America.
Who's gonna fight for you know Republican economic principles which is that you can't -- the tax -- way to prosperity and I really think that's what they're looking for.
For the candidates who come here all of them I guess.
How did they best appealed to the Tennessean senator well I think if they threw us some of those conservative red meat -- slight -- -- abortion -- -- marriage contraception.
Others -- the sorts of things the fire at the base here and across the south and in general so.
If this state if they appeal to those voters in that sense.
I think they will make a good connection.
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